Medications

Here at Agency for Egg Donor Solutions, we will hold your hand through every step of the medication process, so don’t be scared! It’s not as complicated as you think. Below is a list of medications and procedures to give you a general idea of what to expect. More details will be provided in person once you join our team.

  1. Birth Control Pills: To start your donation cycle, you can expect to take birth control pills for about 10 days
  2. Lupron: Following 10 days of birth control you wll be expected to inject Lupron via a short-needled syringe. Lupron is medication which will slow down your menstrual cycle.
  3. Follicle Stimulating Hormon (FSH): You’ll be required to inject via a short-needled syringe a fertility hormone that will stimulate the growth of the follicles in your ovaries that contain your eggs.
A Note on Injections

These injections aren’t as bad as one thinks. Most women stick themselves in the belly or in the thigh. Some women prefer a partner or friend to do it for them or we can arrange for you to go to a local clinic to have it done.

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